Cardiovascular Report Spring/Summer 2011
Articles in this Issue
The first-ever use of MRI to look at the endothelial function of coronary vessels provides a new way to assess atherosclerosis.
About 30 percent of patients can develop serious complications. A flexible stent graft is being studied as a way to repair the dissection.
Safety depends on heart recovery and careful management with appropriate medications.
How an apical conduit can fill a rare niche while a new minimally invasive approach to valve replacement is being studied.
Removing old leads is a challenging and delicate task and sometimes requires a novel approach.
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